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For as long as people have pursued shared goals, teams have been part of the equation. In school, we work together and play together on teams. In sports, teams provide a sense of identity for the players and fans. And in the workplace, teams are the essential building blocks for getting work done. Instinctively, we all know what good teamwork feels like. But in spite of (or maybe because of) our experience observing and being part of teams, we often overlook the basics of how we practice teamwork.
Imagine being a CEO tasked with developing a breakthrough strategy that positions your organization for future growth. No matter how brilliant your ideas, you can’t drive change on your own. You need a high-performance executive team working together to align the organization as it moves in a new direction.
Conversations around the gender gap are prevalent, sparked by books like Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In that points out some of the barriers that hold women back. Recent research studies illustrate how greater gender diversity in companies’ management correlates to better financial performance and stock market valuation. There is a host of evidence that shows how women have grown more empowered over the last several decades—culturally, educationally, and economically.
The success of any enterprise is predicated on people working together effectively to produce great results. But it’s easier said than done. Trying to decide where to have dinner with my family is hard enough — my three kids, wife and I have our own tastes and preferences, not to mention cravings, on any given day. Extrapolate those competing drivers onto an organization of 100 or 10,000 or 100,000 and have the decisions involve capital allocation or business strategy, and it’s easy to imagine the challenges in working together.
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Deeper explorations of topics related to change and leadership.
Bob Marcus and Bob Weiler highlight four principles that can help you prepare to lead your team or organization through change in today’s competitive and complex marketplace.
In response to the economic downturn of 2009, Bob Marcus and Bob Weiler have outlined five key strategies to help organizations of any size not only weather an economic downturn, but put in place a foundation that positions them to emerge stronger than before.
This book focuses on the difficulties and challenges organizations face as they work to stay aligned during times of change. Bob Marcus and Bob Weiler lay out the steps that leaders can take to achieve—and sustain—alignment.
This whitepaper outlines Brimstone's approach to executive coaching. It provides a framework for understanding when and how coaching can improve a leader’s performance, as well as coaching’s impact on improving the results an organization can deliver.